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Fasco F23C A64-50PB micro pinner & bradder. Bradder/pinner for 23 gauge pins and brads from 12 to 50 mm
FASCO answers the call for professional grade combination pinners/bradders with an excellent choice of two distinct models for today's woodwork public. The F23 A64-35 provides a range of 1/2" - 1 3/8" pins/brads. We also offer a slightly taller twin F23 A64-50, which accepts 1/2" - 2" pins/brads, and provides an extra margin of power to boot.
Micro pinners & bradders are commonly used to hold glued materials in place, removing the entire production step of clamping. Overlays and decorative moldings are additional examples for the use of today's favorite 23 gauge ultra-fine Brads and headless Micro Pins.
All-new 2" pins are perfect for installing all types of crown moulding, basecaps, and other finish carpentry trims. Can be used with available accessory C02 cartridges for the perfect on-the-job-site construction tool.
Applications include finish & trim, furniture & bedding, and millwork - where no visibility of the pin is desired. Takes ES2312 - ES2350 23 gauge headless micro pins and ultra fine brads, 1/2" - 2".
Fasco F23C A64-50PB Features:
- No mark tip
- Can't see pins - but the same holding strength as 16 GA pins
- Light weight but powerful
- Auto adjustable pusher for different fastener length
- Lock-out to prevent dry firing
- Removable no mar tip + extra rubber tip stored
- Ergonomic handle with rubber grip
- Steel driver blade: engineered for longer life
- Rear exhaust with muffler
F23 F23C A64-50PB Specifications:
Weight - 2.7 lbs.
Length - 7 1/2"
Height - 9"
Pin/Brad Length - 1/2" - 2"
Capacity - 120 pins/brads
Air pressure - 60-100 psi
23 Ga Brads and Pins for Fasco F23C A64-50PB:
Brad head 0.035"; pin is headless. Wire 0.024". Length - up to 2 inches.
The 2" fastener is only available in a slight head brad vs headless pins up to 1-3/8" max length. The tool will drive both and the hole left with headless pin or slight head brad is basically the same as tool driver sinking fastener actually makes the mark in trim piece. In addition, in my testing, the slight head brad does offer additional holding strength over the headless pin but some still like using a headless pin in shorter sizes.